CARTOONS FOR KIDS by Mamoru Funai

CARTOONS FOR KIDS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The 30 two-to-four-frame captioned clunkers that Funai (not funny) assembles here are not so much stale as unleavened. An elephant teacher remembers the names of his mouse pupils but has forgotten to put on his trousers; an Eskimo family dines out at the sled-in on blubber and fish burgers, tea, and dog biscuits for the team; a fierce-looking zoo gorilla goes to sleep with teddy bear, security blanket, and thumb in mouth. . . and so they go, while you wait for the punch line. . . accompanied by drawings as rudimentary as the humor. Rock bottom.

Pub Date: May 31st, 1977
Publisher: Prentice-Hall